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Walls of Logan's Terminal C provide a way station for art

August 6, 2006

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Industrial-grade sterility, ceaseless commotion, and the drone of a public address system do not a gallery make. Yet for many, those distractions diminished before the canvases of the United South End Artists that now bring life to the gray walls of Logan Airport. Abstracts and landscapes, color photographs and painted portraits compel some travelers to decelerate and linger. (Full article: 248 words)

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